The 2016 En Ka Fair, titled “A Hometown Treat,” arrives in downtown Winchester and the En Ka Fairgrounds on Friday, May 20th and Saturday, May 21st. A hometown Winchester tradition not to be missed, where you bump into friends, neighbors, teammates, and family at every turn!
The En Ka Street Fair has been a staple in Winchester since 1934, and is the primary fundraiser for the En Ka Society, a volunteer women’s organization in Winchester. ALL Fair proceeds go back into the community, through grants awarded to local non-profit, civic and charitable
With the theme of 'Let The Sun Shine' this year's fair will feature many rides for both children and adults, games, books, jewelry, a quilt raffle and plenty of food. Come find treasures at the Bargain Box or delicious treats at the Bake Table.
The Fair will continue to coordinate with Sustainable Winchester working to be as 'Green' as we can be. All rides and games will open to the public at 5:00pm on Friday night.
- Thursday, 12 pm-6 pm EnKa Fair Advance Ticket Sales available at the Fairgrounds
- Friday, 10 am-4pm EnKa Fair Advance Ticket Sales available at the Fairgrounds
- Friday, 5-11pm EnKa Street Fair Opens! Downtown Winchester, corner of Mt. Vernon St. and Skillings Road
- Saturday, 10 am-10 pm EnKa Street Fair Downtown Winchester, corner of Mt. Vernon St. and Skillings Road
Proceeds from the event provide a significant source of funding for En Ka's charitable giving. Hundreds of volunteers are committed to making this a tremendously successful occasion.
Thousands of families and children from Winchester, Woburn, and surrounding communities enjoy this annual event.